Challenges and Opportunities in the Post-COVID-19 World
COVID-19 has taken the globe by surprise, which hasn't happened in decades. As the epidemic spreads, politicians will have to make decisions that will have an influence on our planet's future, both in the short term and the long term.
COVID-19 has taken the globe by surprise, which hasn't happened in decades. As the epidemic spreads, politicians will have to make decisions that will have an influence on our planet's future, both in the short term and the long term. It's possible that COVID-19 may spark even more divisive and nationalistic disputes. However, a solution to this issue is within reach. The issue might be averted more quickly and peacefully if local communities and the international community work together. Even if governments are able to contain the epidemic quickly or guarantee that lockdowns come to an end safely, politics may turn sour. Politicians who have exhausted all other avenues may resort to invoking fear and fostering a sense of group loyalty as a final resort. A surge in nationalist sentiment and anti-immigrant sentiment has a negative impact on international cooperation. It's possible to see this in China, India, and the United States. The battle against the virus will be hampered if countries do not cooperate. Other countries will be affected if limitations or bans are placed on the supply of testing and treatment materials. The lockdown will be extended and the anger and terror will rise as borders are blocked and international laws are shattered in order to reopen business and travel. The financial crisis has left many people in the wealthiest nations in the globe penniless. The worldwide lockdown has cost them dearly.